Stories and videos from the Orioles' offseason efforts to remake the team for future success.
Three Orioles prospects rate in the top-100 on the national lists put out Wednesday by Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus.
The Orioles announced Wednesday that their coaching staff under manager Brandon Hyde will include Tim Cossins, Doug Brocail, Don Long, Arnie Beyeler, José Flores, José Hernández, Howie Clark, and John Wasdin.
With the Ravens' run ending suddenly Sunday in the playoffs, a look at what the Orioles have been up to in a transformational offseason for the entire franchise.
Despite a litany of dismissals last year both before and after his arrival, new Orioles GM Mike Elias said the club is essentially fully operational with less than six weeks to go before spring training.
New Orioles senior director of international scouting Koby Perez sees plenty of ways for the Orioles to catch up in Latin America, an area they've lagged in for the entire decade.
The Orioles named Koby Perez their senior director of international scouting Wednesday, adding a head to a department new general manager Mike Elias hopes will be an area of growth for the Orioles.
Aside from the Astros, the only other team to execute a similar rebuilt recently is the Chicago Cubs, and new Orioles manager Brandon Hyde spearheaded their player development operation early before joining the major league coaching staff through a rebuild that netted the 2016 World Series title.
New Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was introduced to the media Monday and said he and the front office intend to work closely together on the Orioles' long-term rebuilding project.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was the first name Mike Elias heard on his first managerial research call, a process that ended with Hyde introduced as the Orioles' 20th manager Monday.
New Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said he comes to Baltimore with a healthy admiration for the Orioles' past, and that includes his predecessor, manager Buck Showalter.
Just beside the sprawling media work room where hundreds of writers tapped out the day's news at this past week's baseball winter meetings in Las Vegas, baseball executives across a makeshift hallway had an eye on writing the game's future.
In an interview with The Baltimore Sun this past week, new Orioles executive Mike Elias addressed some of his hopes for the organization in the context of analytics, his baseball background and more.
"The way he prepares, the way he sees the game, he seems to be two steps ahead of the next guy across the way in the other dugout," pitching coach Reid Cornelius said of his former boss, reported Orioles manager Brandon Hyde.
Orioles general manager Mike Elias didn’t confirm the reported hire of Brandon Hyde, but spoke much more hopefully of an imminent conclusion to the managerial search.
Joe Maddon's first job with the Tampa Bay Rays was in similar circumstances that reported Orioles manager Brandon Hyde will find himself in.
Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch on Tuesday laid out the type of relationship the new Orioles front office of executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and assistant general manager Sig Mejdal could have with their new manager.
As multiple media outlets reported the Orioles had selected Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde to be their next manager Tuesday night, new general manager Mike Elias denied that a hire had been made.
There are reports that Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde will be the Orioles' new manager. If so, he's got his work cut out for him.
The Orioles officially named Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde the 20th manager in club history late Friday afternoon. Here's everything you need to know.
Orioles minor league teams are feeling hope for the future, delivered in the form of new executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias' comments at the organization's affiliate dinner Monday night.
New Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias touted the scouting and player development background that he and new assistant general manager Sig Mejdal bring to Baltimore from Houston as why the Orioles didn't keep those department heads to aid the transition.
New Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias said he's still trying to determine the best role for vice president Brady Anderson, though he noted Anderson is one of several employees he's worked well with since taking the Orioles' top job last month.
Orioles manager Mike Elias said the Orioles are "pretty far along" in their search to replace Buck Showalter as manager, though he didn't expect one to be named imminently.
The Orioles claimed infielder Rio Ruiz, a one-time Houston Astros farmhand, off waivers from the Atlanta Braves on Monday as baseball's winter meetings began in Las Vegas.
Reds manager David Bell said his brother, Orioles managerial candidate Mike Bell, 'would do great, given the opportunity' if new executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias chose him to replace Buck Showalter.
Today, analytics are a necessary, day-to-day part of the modern game of baseball, one that has driven championship-winning franchises such as the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros — and an area in which the Orioles have lagged.
Orioles scouting director Gary Rajsich won't return for 2019 under new general manager Mike Elias.
The international flavor on the Astros' top prospect list gives hope that new Orioles general manager Mike Elias could build a similarly diverse and talented system in Baltimore.
New general manager Mike Elias said all the right things and has all the right credentials to remake the Orioles in the image of a modern baseball organization like the Houston Astros, but the road is going to be long and there are no guarantees.
The Orioles introduced their new general manager, Mike Elias, on Monday. Elias emphasized that "the plan is simple. We're going to build an elite talent pipeline."
Here are some of the roster-related discussions new Orioles GM Mike Elias will be having with the holdover Orioles staff in the front office.
The Houston Astros rebuild that Mike Elias was a part of worked partly because of the continuity in personnel their general manager, Jeff Luhnow, brought from the Cardinals. Who from Houston could help replicate that for Elias in Baltimore?
Mike Elias has impressed his mentors and colleagues during his rapid rise from Yale to his new job as executive vice president of the Orioles.
Many of the Orioles' prizes from their July teardown trades were dealt by their prior clubs with this week in mind — when they'd have to be added to the 40-man roster to be protected from the Rule 5 draft. But only one remained to be added by Tuesday's deadline — right-hander Dillon Tate.
The Orioles announced Wednesday morning that Sig Mejdal will be the team’s assistant general manager, analytics.
Mike Elias, who played a major role in the Houston Astros’ rebuild that culminated in a 2017 World Series title, will get the chance to replicate that as the Orioles’ next general manager.
New Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias has blueprints to follow to rebuild the team, both from his boss in Houston and his former Astros colleague.